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Science prof Rothman ’71 wins prestigious $1M prize

Biomedical sciences, cell biology and chemistry professor James Rothman ’71 is a recipient of the prestigious $1 million Kavli Prize in neuroscience, the Norwegian Academy […]

Yale study: Obesity stigma is a social justice issue

While American society generally frowns on race- or gender-based discrimination, Americans still hold open biases against people who suffer from obesity, according to a study […]

Environmentalist’s talk filmed for documentary

About 100 people filed into Linsly-Chittenden Hall on Wednesday night to hear controversial environmental activist Bjorn Lomborg — who claims spending money to cut carbon […]

Environmentalist’s lecture filmed for documentary

From LC to the silver screen: About 100 people filed into Linsly-Chittenden Hall on Wednesday night to hear a talk by controversial environmental activist Bjorn […]

New process makes safe water cheaper

In the Mason Laboratory on Hillhouse Avenue, a refrigerator packed with bottles contains a thin piece of plastic with the potential to revolutionize water desalination. […]

Forestry school to lay off six

To make up for a budget deficit of about $2.4 million for the 2010-’11 school year, the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies will cut […]

Office studies data management

From telescope images to gene sequences, Yale researchers produce tens of thousands of gigabytes of digital data each year that can further research if properly […]

Peabody Museum digitizes documents of specimens

When Microsoft dropped out of a 2007 book digitization deal with Yale’s libraries in 2008, leaving three scanning machines sitting idle, the Peabody Museum of […]

Peabody reveals renovated Hall of Minerals

Next week the Peabody Museum of Natural History will unveil the final piece of a major renovation project on its third floor. The addition, called […]

Dining halls to start composting

When dining halls reopen after spring break, Yalies will be recycling more than just newspapers. Rather than incinerating its food waste, the University will send […]

Federal regulations hound animal research

In the 1990s, Yale School of Public Health professor Leonard Munstermann stumbled through the forests of Central and South America, capturing mosquitoes to use in […]